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francisco's fisherman's wharf. the performer who goes by the name of adam sandler and dresses as elmo. but he is best known for several recent anti-semitic expletive rants caught on video while performing in new york. he ended up getting arrested at central park and times square last month. sandler chalks up the tirades to new york's dog eat dog atmosphere. >> there is a lot of corruption and payoffs. in my opinion, the police are corrupt. it's despicable. i'm having a much better time here than there. >> sandler plans to remain in san francisco until sunday. then he says he'll head to los angeles to test the elmo market down there. >>> do you remember where you were 23 years ago today at 5:04 p.m.? the earth shook in the bay area. the anniversary of the loma prieta earthquake. many were watching the world series between the giants and the a's. how are we doing today? there is concern about the strength of the largest reservoir in santa clara county during a quake. one precaution is to keep the water at 68% of capacity. crews will begin retrofitting the dam in 2016 and construction sh
anti- semitic rants according to the new york times, this elmo, whose real name is adam sandler -- no relation to the actor -- was arrested last month for harassing tourists. now the big monster has popped up in san francisco. he's been spotted at fishermen's w whrks arf. >> i don't think this is something that family's should be listening to. >> reporter: sandler admits he was deported from cambodia for running a porn website called "welcome to the rape camp." he makes money on small donations from tourists. he keeps the tips in a small pouch. he failed to see the irony in his new career path as a not-so- warm- and-fuzzy elmo. now, sandler says he came here to san francisco because he says people are friendier towards street performers and there's less competition. we spoke to the san francisco police department about him and they said he has every right to stand in a public place and rant and rave. in fact, there are a lot of people who do that and say very offensive things. but until he harasses or actually threatens someone, they won't take action. elizabeth cook, cbs 5. >>
the streets of san francisco at least a man dressed like elmo. his name is adam sandler not related to the actor. the colorful character has been arrested for harassing tourists and spewing anti-semitic rants in new york city. sand slower now popping up in fisherman's wharf and -- sandler is now popping up in fisherman's wharf and richmond. passersby are not exactly tickled. >> this is a family area a big tourist area. i don't think this is something that families should be listening to. i don't think this is something right for the area. >> sandler admits he was deported from cambodia in 1999 for running a porn website. he now makes money on small donations from tourists. >>> other bay area headlines we're following, a livermore man is the first person in alameda county to be treated for west nile virus this year. county officials say he first reported symptoms in late september and is currently recovering. this brings the total number of cases in california to 277. >>> a historic air force radar tower south of san jose will stay standing for now. the government agency that owns th
, droid does. get $100 off select motorola 4g lte smartphones like the droid razr. >> adam sandler's has brought the box office back to life. debuting atat $43 mille strongest for the month of september. and also a solid no. 2 of looper. and " end of watch " = #three. >> did they like that? >> yes i liked. and adam sandler was okay. >> i like him. >> but who does not get old is to watch the blue angels during fleet week, tune into kron 4. coming up on the kron 4 morning news we are watching the heat. the big story with triple digits. and even hotter. we are going to take a look and any records with a live look. from the oakland hills. and in the world according to kerry. we have the oakland raiders came and the 49ers with the world according to gary. a win, loss. for those bay area teams. when derrik.
sandler no relation to the actor by the way. the colorful character has been arrested for harassing tourists and spewing anti-semitic rants in new york city. now he is here. sandler now popped up in fisherman's wharf and in a park in the inner richmond and passersby are not exactly tickled with elmo. >> this is a family area big tourist area. i don't think this is something that families should be listening to. i don't think this is something right for the area. >> well, he has quite a resume'. sandler admits he was deported from cambodia 1999 for running a porn website there. he now makes money on small donations from tourists. >> he is giving that little baby a "high 5". >> yeah. >> not right. >>> peeking looking for a ride in san francisco may have a new way of making a cab connection. the social media app uber has provided passengers a way of finding limousines and town cars. but last night the company launched a new network that includes 60 registered taxi drivers. taxi companies are upset over the post to passengers but since cab drivers aren't unionized they are allowed to se
to a 6-unit building. the sandler map says clearly it's a 6 unit building. never has there been a permit to allow a 7th unit in this building. this unit has always been used for stoerplg. there's a permit from 1916 to say this is explicitly a garage space in the basement. there's a permit from 1982 that says we're going to install sprinklers in the basement, makes no mention of any other purpose for this basement. we have a pest control report from 2007 that says they couldn't even enter the space because of excess storage. i have several other comments in my brief about the importance of doing this now because not only are we concerned about the safety of the appellant but we're concerned about the safety of all the other people in the building, in which case there are 6 other units in the building who are depending on the city it make sure their living space is code compliant and safe. and i think the safety issues make a compelling argument that this situation cannot be allowed to continue, let alone for any other damage to the building that might result if, for example, there was
's share price has hardly changed since 2009. financial analysts weighed in: jeff harte at sandler o'neill said "this is more the board reacting to the share price and wanting a more hands-on manager in the ceo position." anthony polini of raymond james said, "vikram has some regulatory baggage for whatever reason, they had disagreements." but analysts say the biggest clash was between pandit and the turnaround specialists who became citigroup's new board of directors - in particular, chairman michael o'neill. "we actually hold the board in high regard. it could be that the board wanted to go in one direction and pandit wanted another way and it wasn't going to be resolved without pandit and his top lieutenant leaving." pandit's successor is mike corbat, who heads citigroup's operations in europe, the middle east and africa. "from my perspective the focus on international will continue. another positive is that he's familiar with citi holdings, which holds the bad assets. good to have someone familiar with it in the lead role." in the post-financial crisis, analysts say the citigroup
real name is adam sandler, no relation to the actor, was arrested last month for harassing tourists. he's been spotted now in fishermen whatever. >> this is a family area, a tourist area. i don't think this is something that families should be listening to. i don't think this is something that's right for the area. >> reporter: he was deported from cambodia in 1999 for running a porn website called "welcome to the rape camp." >> i did a website in cambodia. over 18 chicks. it's not even a crime. >> reporter: he makes money on small donations from tourists. he keeps tips in a small pouch draped around his neck. he fails to see the irony in his new career path. >> reporter: he says he came to san francisco because folks here are friendlier toward street performers and there's less competition. we spoke to the san francisco police department about him, and they said he has every right to stand on the side of the right and rant and rave. in fact, there are a lot of people who do that and say very offensive things. they can only take action if he threatens someone or harasses someone. thanks
sandler spook fest hotel transylvania picked up $13.5 million. >>> schu is here now. you have a lot to talk about. >> i'm telling you, can you say game seven, boys and girls in the giants and cardinals will face off tomorrow in game seven of the nlcs. winner going to the world series to face detroit thanks to an incredible performance by giants pitcher ryan vogelsong. the giants psyching themselves up before the game. a loose bunch and it worked. vogelsong came out like a flamethrower, strike out jon jay, beltran, craig in the first inning. set the tone. and vogelsong smacked one to short. he goes and can't handle the ball. brand belt scores on the error. and marco scutaro sends one to left. and chris carpenter. brandon to crawford and vogelsong scored. giants on top, 4-0. next batter. pablo sandoval. singles to center. that scores scutaro. vogelsong then went into high gear after the 5 point push sheen. one run, four hits, one walk and nine case. giants force game seven with a 6-1 victory. they have won five straight games facing a elimination. >> he was on top of his game again. h
francisco's fisherman's wharf. elmo in a costume goes by the name adam sandler was posing with tourists. he left new york where he wasn't a loveable character. several videos show him launching into rants in front of kids. he was arrested for disorderly conduct twice in new york. sandler visiting for the week said he was pushed over the edge by new york's tough environment. >> there's a lot of adversity to elmos in new york. people harass them and i was triggered by people that were harassing me. if they weren't keeping me from making money i never would have done it. >> that's the explanation. he says he is in san francisco until sunday before he heads to los angeles. he is in search for other elmo friendly markets where he can work. >> let's bring in our meteorologist jeff ranieri. we're tracking the rain and the heat. >> temperatures well above average, we had low to mid 90s in the north bay, record setting heat, upper 80s and low 90s for the east bay. now we slowly turned to see numbers come down. mild especially in santa rosa. 80. also 82 in livermore. nice night for dinner outside. to
francisco at least a man dressed like elmo. his name is adam sandler, and no, he is not relate to the actor. but the colorful character he has been arrested for harassing tourists and spewing anti- semitic rants in new york city. he is now popping up in fisherman's wharf and in a park anyoner richmond and passersby as you can imagine are not exactly tickled. >> this is a family area, it's a big tourist area. i don't think this is something that families should be listening to. i don't think this is something right for the area. >> sandler admits he was deported from cambodia in 1999 for running a porn website. he now makes money on small donations from tourists. >>> other bay area headlines we're following this morning, a livermore man is the first person in alameda county to be treated for west nile virus this year. county officials say he first reported symptoms in late september and is currently recovering. this brings the total number of cases in california to 277. >>> a historic air force radar tower south of san jose will stay standing for now. the government agency that owns the 80-f
based in india. >>> who are you and how did you find this place. >>> adam sandler opened with hotel transylvania. they brought in $43 million, the most ever for september debute. end of watch, trouble with the curve and house at the end of the street round out the top 5. >>> time now 6:52 a call for help aimed at chevron, they want the oil joint to do something to make the city better, this is a story you will only see on 2. >>> plus the city's bag band is extended. you may be surprised to hear this affects more than just a check out at the grocery store. that, and i don't want this to continue for my daughter. brenda kealing: prop 38 is going to bring a lot of money to our schools. suzan solomon: the money stays at the school site. cade derry: what i would really like to see is that the teachers... that were laid off come back to the school. navaz hurd: a smaller class size. navaz hurd: as a mom i want that. as a teacher i want that. prop 38 is an opportunity of a generation. . >>> welcome back, we have a live look at the big board, start of the 4th quarter is off to a good start.
. number five, sandler training iphone app is a supplement to its training courses. it can be used as a stand-alone business tool. the app offers tips on sales and leadership development. >>> small business retailers are going to be left in the dust if they don't start thinking about mobile payments. consumers are starting to turn to digital ways of paying for their purchases. ramon is back with us to get us up to speed on these new payment devices. hi, ramon, again. i have started to see these around. as a small business owner, how important is it that i use one of them right now and explain how they work in general? >> first of all, i think it is very important. not all consumers are ready to use mobile solutions now but i think it is important to be ahead of the curve. these are three devices that are dongle based. the differences are the payments that you will make. >> so, basically, i just attach this to an iphone around it is a credit card slide? >> that's exactly what it is. this is $275 per year for up to $250,000 worth of credit card payments. that's my square. >> are the
to consider it. >>> adam sandler's newcombdy owe hotel transylvania" is a hit with moviegoers. the newly released 3-d flick topped the weekend box office with $43 million in ticket sales. coming in at number 2 was the sci-fi thriller looper. it stars joseph gordon lebanon and bruce willis. opening weekend ticket sales topped $21 million. last weekend's number one slipped to number three with only $8 million in ticket sales. >>> ann hat away is married. the actress and her boyfriend exchanged vows saturday evening in california. according to "people" magazine, more than 150 guests attended the nature themed event and the bride wore a costume valentino gown. the couple started dating four years ago. adam schulman proposed -- shulman proposed last november. >>> police are called to the lindsay lohan hotel. >> teresa garcia has that story and more in this look at entertainment. >> reporter: more trouble for behind say lohan in -- lindsay lohan in new york city this weekend. police responded to the w hotel after the actress said she'd been physically assaulted. lohan claims a fight started ov
this weekend thanks to hotel transylvania adam sandler'sanimateed comedy received 43 million in particular sales and there could be a worldwide shortage of disposable diapers. a factory in japan that makes a key ingredient it
years got married. there were 150 guests there. jimmy fallon was there, adam sandler. there were fireworks and there was a picture -- >> it's in the paper today. hopefully it's just because they're exhausted and not because there's already trouble in paradise. this is not the way -- yeah, can you come in a little closer. first of all, they don't seem too happy. but they might just be exhausted. >> could be. >> italy is one of my favorite places on the planet. that's a beautiful place to get married. that's a beautiful place just to eat. anything you do in italy seems to have magic attached. >> congrats to adele. she had a baby boy. ♪ >> i love her. she came here early in her career before she was really famous. every time she comes she's so humble and understated. but she had a baby with her boyfriend. she's 34, she's 38. >>> i want to see this video, because everybody is talking ant it. there's a weatherman who apparently did something crazy on the air, and -- >> we don't know what it is. >> but it's been circulating. so let's watch. >> this is a tropical storm. when you say,
for the sandler to come crashing down. >> laura is here but ross is joining us by satellite from new york because he can't leave the state. he's been convicted of embezzling $1.7 million is awaiting sentencing. you are divorced, right? >> yes. >> completed, signed off, everything done. >> yes. >> but you're living with ross, same house. >> same household. >> you use one door and one stairway and ross uses another door and another stairway? >> for the most part, yes. it is a big house, we rarely, rarely see each other. if we're in the gym, occasionally. by out, i leave a lot. at the very beginning of this divorce, i left the house a lot because he was very explosive, so i didn't know what else to do, so i would leave. guild out with my friends, i would spend time at my moms. i stayed away from the house. now i'm really in that matter of this period of time has made me become stronger so now i stay. >> what about your divorce? >> ross and i did not agree on raising children. that was a big issue in the house. ross is also very controlling. >> so why did you get a divorce? because he's controlling?
for sony pictures animation. it features adam sandler as the voice of dracula. the action film looper starring bruce willis debuted in second place. the cop drama the third. trouble with the curve and the house at the end ever the street round out the top five. >>> hole wane not too far away -- halloween not too far away. less than a month. because the search is on for the world's greatest pumpkin, the great pumpkin farm in upstate new york weighed entries this weekend with a $5,000 prize at stake. >> you have to have the right seeds and a lot -- we start in april and it goes right through. we literally cut this thing off last night. it's a lot of water, a lot of fertilizer, probably about an hour's work of watering every day. fertilizing twice, three times a week. >> i'm really proud of my pumpkin. every year we go home and carve it into a jack-o'-lantern. i'm proud to have it here. >> the first place pumpkin weighed 1500 pounds, just 2 pounds heavier than the second place finisher. another fair in massachusetts, they claim a rhode island man produced the first pumpkin ever to weigh
of the box office with 50 million in ticket sales. adam sandler's "hotel transylvania" was second place and "pitch perfect" was in third and now to maria larosa in for al and a check of the weather. >> it's election season and rock the vote, purina is donating $1 you do for pet partners program so go on america'spetdebate.com. all living in aramony, cats and dogs. look at these temperatures right now.x#m indianapolis at 37. look at oklahoma city. 33 degrees. you got down to 31 this morning. your earliest october freeze on record, and, of course, we are going to be below average in just about all those spots, even with the daytime, sunshine in some of these regions. look at washington. 17 degrees below the average. dallas 66 and 15 degrees below your average. you'll have to head out west to find any temperatures are a that are going to be above average. a >>> good morning, a chilly day today. the high temperatures are expected to stay in the mid to upper 50s. the average high is 69. the clouds are going to be thickening up. rain late in the day, but dry for >> and that's your weather. sa
. now, the vampire parody had a few things going for it, particularly the cast like adam sandler and andy sandberg, selena gomez, and kevin james. another film "looper" opened at number two. those two films had over half the weekend box off. they reignited a rather dormant movie business, up 20% from a year ago, and "looper" the film about time traveling hitman brought in $21 million in the u.s., but did better in china. "looper" brought in $24 million in china this weekend. now, china is the world's second largest movie market, $2 billion a year compared with $10 billion in the u.s.. china's growing 40% a year. it may need like six or seven years to catch us. ashley: really a theme with china, isn't it? tracy: thank you. i'll see that movie with the kids. ashley: it doesn't suck is what you're saying? oh, it's a quarter till. time for stocks, back to the floor of the nyc with nicole. >> i'm talking beer here. what we are seeing here is that malts and coors missing out on today's rally. we saw the names on the dow moving higher across the board one after another, but we are not s
? >>> ice canyon's nathan sandler delivered alpha in july. he's back with the best place in the world to invest right now. all at the top of the hour. carl? >> see you soon, michelle. >>> kevin war sh was on "the kudlow report" last night. the man some say is on the short list to become the next federal reserve chairman. larry asked kevin about the fed's policies and implications on the fiscal cliff. >> i think they revealed in their actions six weeks ago how gravely concerned they are about the economy. how concerned they are about its prospects, how concerned they are about the fiscal cliff and europe. >> larry is here with us on post 9. welcome back. good to have you. >> thank you. >> you have a broader point to make about how the relationship between the next president and the fed will go. >> right. i've heard a lot of rumors that people think romney is going to try to push bernanke around. raise rates. not only did warsh say this last night, i made some phone calls to the romney people. there's not going to be a romney fed confrontation. nada. not going to happen. don't even thin
sandler, dedham, massachusetts. 101 years old, and enjoys shopping and going to lunch with her beautiful daughter. the family that sticks together. henry donaldson from iva, south carolina, is 106 years old today. and he loves farming. he also grows potatoes on his farm. haz hazel bohn, frederic, wisconsin, an avid woman and also a woman's basketball fan. loves those women basketball games. guy mcreynolds from bakeserfield, california, 100 years old. secret to longevity is a good martini. hmm, a little dry there. ann scott, i love that name, beautiful. potsdam, new york, 104 years old, and she has devoted her life to teaching and hard work, something we don't know anything about here on the "today" show. we just lay back. now back to new york. >> all right, willard. thanks. how long have you been here this morning? >> 5:00 a.m. >> that's dedication, and she's cold. >> coming up next, the 76-carat diamond in our studio and the security to tell you all about it. but first, are you ready ? share everything by turning your smartphone into a mobile hotspot for up to 8 wifi-enabled devices at
they perform as leaders. -- were much more similar to what sandler talked about. not simply who was having the right color suit on. then they traced the story through newspaper reports later. there is a 16 year gap between 1960 and 1976. no debates with the story gets picked up. it will get strain down over time. in 1976 there is still substantial memory of what happened in 1960. i am not sure of their published a 2008 yet, but it has become a very simplistic lesson that i think we would be wise to be cautious of. to go what has influenced us greatly is back in 1960, we had a morning news cycle ended evening news cycle and nothing in between. now you have not just for television, but also through computers and so forth. a 24 hour per day news cycle. in the 24 hour news cycle, you have to fill the sound and the air. i call it the electronic tape form. [laughter] it has to be set constantly. try to remember whether it is a candidate or commentator whoever it utters the words, i do not know. >> when i was watching cable coverage of the trial in which there had been the announcement just befor
? >> the sandler family. >> are they friends of yours or something? >> no, but i've looked at this extensively. there was a great debate. >> ken lewis was the guy. or ken thompson. and he's supposedly called it a home run and it turned into a horrific out. into a horrific o where, you know -- >> we were talking before the show about the idea that this was a wachovia deal. . >> yeah, by hands that feed. >> citigroup by sheila bair. >> wells did us a favor, didn't they? >> wells helped us. >> right. >> exactly like last week. does that make sense to you? >> i'm not sure how you can be held accountable for behavior for institutions that you really had no regulatory authority over. you didn't own, they weren't part of your business. >> they just want a couple hundred million. >> take -- >> right. >> help us. >> just it's a shake down, get couple hundred million dollars, right? >> well, you know, i think so, and i think it's, you know, it's got the desired effect, it's a front page. >> right. exactly. >> doesn't that go to this issue. to the extent that your constituents look at this. does it help
, always good to talk to you even though it's on the phone. >> good to be on. jeff harte over at sandler o'neill, the hidden history of the crisis. bethany mcclain will have more on pandit being forced out and back after a quick break. >>> back to the morning's top news. pandit being forced out over at citi according to our own jim cramer. here's a part of the memo that pandit sent to citi employees. pandit says "there is nothing better than our third quarter earnings announcement to demonstrate definitively that we have turned this company around. yesterday's results show this clearly. more importantly, i kwopts be more optimistic about the bank's future." want to bring in beth think mclean, "aauthor of "all the devils are here." your first reaction when you heard this news? >> my first reaction was, okay, well, these jobs are hard. maybe he's had -- maybe he's had enough but very quickly things began to not add up with that and i heard that from a few people. these are hard jobs. pandit's gotten the bank through the worst. time for him to step down but the things that don't stack up obvi
sales. adam sandler's "hotel transylvania" was second place and "pitch perfect" was in third and now to maria larosa in for al and a check of the weather. >> it's election season and rock the vote, purina is donating $1 you do for pet partners program so go on americaspetdebate.com. >> perhaps you're feeling the chill taking your friend out for a walk this morning. look at these temperatures. look at oklahoma city. 33 degrees. you got down to 31 this morning. your earliest october freeze on record. and of course we are going to be below average. in just about all those spots. the sunshine in some of these regions. look at washington, 17 degrees below your average today. dallas, 66 and 15 degrees below your average. you'll have to head out west to find any temperatures that are going to be above average. that's a look at the weather across the country. here's a look at what you can expect. >> that's right, it's columbus day, but it feels a bit like thanksgiving. a chilly november-like day for us. cloudy now. we're expecting showers later. the temperatures, 45 to 49 degrees. a little c
, the story has changed over time. they went back and looked at the were much more similar to what sandler talked about. not simply who was having the right color suit on. then they traced the story through newspaper reports later. there is a 16 year gap between 1960 and 1976. picked up. time. substantial memory of what happened in 1960. i am not sure of their published a 2008 yet, but it has become a very simplistic lesson that i think we would be wise to be cautious of. to go what has influenced us greatly is back in 1960, we had a morning news cycle ended evening news cycle and nothing in between. now you have not just for television, but also through computers and so forth. a 24 hour per day news cycle. in the 24 hour news cycle, you air. form. -- dicot the electronic tapeworm. it has to be set constantly. poptry to remember whether it is a candidate or commentator whoever it utters the words, i do not know. >> when i was watching cable coverage of the trial in which there had been the announcement just before they went live, and it opened the program by saying this development has jus
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